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Best Buy Waterstone



I used to use waterstones, which were fine really, but need quite a bit of maintenance as time goes by, also your tools can rust if you don't dry everything thoroughly. The stones can make a lot of slurry mess in use too.




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A lot of great information @Violadamore I did not know that about the effect of waterstones on the diamond. Glad i ordered the kit with the flattening stone then. @Bodacious Cowboy Yes, I saw his tutorial! Those seem to have a lot of use and value. I'm still thinking about getting them. But I should probably sharpen a few things first


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It's best if all of the items to be given a particular finish are ordered at the same time. Finishes can differ slightly from batch to batch, so everything ordered for a kitchen or bath should, if possible, be finished in the same batch for the best result.


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A waterstone's soft abrasive particles break off in use, constantly, exposing new, sharp edges. As you continue sharpening, those broken-off crystals crumble into smaller and smaller pieces. The crumbled crystals mix with the water on the stone's surface, creating a slurry-in effect, a honing and polishing compound.


Japanese waterstone grades cover a range from 150 to 8000 grit, but those numbers don't relate directly to U.S. grades. For example, the abrasive action of a Japanese 150-grit stone approximates a 100-grit U.S. one; the Japanese 1000, a U.S. 500; and the Japanese 4000, a U.S. 1000. It's better to relate waterstone grades to each other than to try converting them to U.S. grades.


Sharpening plane irons, chisels, and other tools calls for a flat stone. But, because sharpening action constantly shears abrasive particles from the waterstone, its surface can become dished. It's easy to flatten a stone again, though. Here's how:


I recently just got a Henckles knife set, their 15 piece Pro set. I want to take care of it properly, and learn how to properly sharpen and hone a knife, so when I start buying and building a quality knife collection I know what I'm doing. What are some good waterstones and stone fixer to grab? I've read that you should have a lower grit one, and a high grit stone, alone with a honing steel. Any brand recommendations or tips would be awesome, as I have next to no knowledge about this stuff, but really want to learn so I can properly care for my kitchen knives. Thanks!


Steel is a hard metal. To sharpen steel knives efficiently, waterstones should be hard as well. Although you can sharpen them with soft/normal watersones, it results in shaving waterstone surface at the same time, simply because knives are too hard for the stones.


Waterstones are grouped based on the size of grits (abrasive grains) as follows. Grit is shown by number like 1000. The smaller the grit number is, the higher sharpening ability of the waterstone becomes, and the harder the waterstone is.


Among finishing stones, there are waterstones of grit 8000 or higher. However, that kind of super-finishing stones are mainly for professional use, especially for chefs requiring super-smooth cutting surface of foods for sashimi, sushi or decoration cuts.


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I just read on Dieter Schmid Fine Tools site - that above 8000 there is no Japanese standard for waterstone "grit/particle" - so you are simply taking it on faith. As well, their rec. is for 8000 final - and above there is no "real/practical" difference.


The take away from all this is; there are almost as many methods to sharpening as there are woodworkers, each of us convinced our method is the best. The simple matter is if you are happy with the results you are getting you are fine. I sharpened for years to 6000 before adding a 10000 grit stone and I can't say I really noticed much of a difference. Now I'm starting to use honing films, because of a lack of water in my shop and have 4 steps on my granite plate starting with a coarse grit(200 equivalent) only used to remove nicks and chips or to regrind the primary bevel, an equivalent to 1000-1200, my main starting point when honing, then a mid grit equivalent 3000-4000 then finish on something claimed to be .3 microns(I still can't remember the supposed grit equivalent).


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A good way to think of it is to look for the best you can comfortably afford. This may mean getting just one or two stones at a time and building your set slowly. Or it might be one of our many kits that presents the best value.


Based on these factors, we have some recommendations for beginners. Rather than one or two sets that we direct everyone to, we have a few options in Diamond Stones, Oil Stones, and Water Stones to consider in order to find what will work best for you.


Getting started in sharpening can be overwhelming. There are so many options it can be difficult to tell where to begin. Everyone wants to get the best value for their money when starting to build their sharpening toolkit. Take heart and know that whatever your needs and budget, there are sharpening stones for you.


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